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B2B Energy Exchange Showdown In Singapore

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HEAVYWEIGHT B2B ENERGY EXCHANGE SHOWDOWN IN SINGAPORE
TO BUSINESS AND ENERGY EDITORS:

SINGAPORE, Sept. 5 RNewswire-AsiaNet/ -- The following release was issued today by Eyeforenergy:

The take up of B2B e-commerce initiatives in the energy industry, in particular online energy marketplaces, has almost flattered to deceive, that is until now. Over the last six months the industry has witnessed an explosion of net marketplaces and with the notable exception of Exxon Mobil all the major Oil and Gas companies have put their cards well and truly on the table.

Eyeforenergy's e-business for energy -- Asia Pacific conference www.eyeforenergy.com/asia-pacific will see all the top energy companies from the region converge from October 9-6 to thrash out how these radical changes will effect the energy industry in that region. It also sees the end of the phoney war on the online procurement front and an escalation in the battle for liquidity.

BP, Shell, Conoco and eleven other majors have formed Trade- Ranger.com whilst Chevron and Texaco continue their traditional alliance with Petrocosm.com. Their respective CEOs Alan May and Norm Chambers will participate in a panel session at e-business for energy -- Asia Pacific that will also include Pepex.net, IndigoPool.com and Sparesfinder.com.

"This is what the whole industry has been waiting to see: the two big boys of the energy exchange neighbourhood going head to head with no holds barred" says Conference Director James Burnham, jamesfirstconf.com. "I hope it doesn't get too nasty up on stage, I'm just glad I've already got my ring side seat"

The conference also includes case studies from companies like Chevron, Shell, Texaco, Caltex, Premier Oil, Pertamina, Cosmo Oil plus a host of other major players from within the region the event looks set to define how many Asia Pacific energy companies will embrace e-business strategies over the next decade.

e-business for energy -- asia pacific is part of eyeforenergy's global series of e-business events for the energy industry.

ENDS

MEDIA RELEASE FROM EYEFORENERGY

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